|Name:||Llystyngwyn [Also: Llysdingwyn ; Llystyn-gwyn]||CISP No:||BRYNK|
|Place:||Brynkir||Grid Ref:||SH 4820 4554 (GB)|
|County:||Caernarvonshire (Caernarfon) , Wales||Saint(s):||none|
|Site Type:||landscape setting|
`Landscape' site where the stone was reused as a gate-post on the farm.
Rhys/1903, 255--256: `The stone is within a mile of Brynkir station, on the railway between Carnarvon and Afon Wen; it is on a farm called Llystyn Gywn...it forms the end of a hedge where a gate or hurdle might be set up. The farmer found it in a spot not far off, which he showed us'.